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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- phone identity
- data services
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- photo, music, and video libraries
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
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WP Bench is performance benchmark for Windows Phone 7 devices. It tests your CPU, GPU, memory, storage, display and battery and allows you to publish your score to the online charts or compare with the others. - Online charts! devices, users etc. - CPU singlethreaded performance - CPU multithreaded performance - Memory read/write speed - Storage read/write speed - GPU performance - Display color reproduction (32-bit) - Battery life tester Engadget.com wrote that first WP Bench was "one of the most comprehensive benchmarking app [they've] seen so far." WP Bench was first benchmark for WP7 and it's made by creator of well known (and first too) DirectX 11 Compute Shader 5 benchmark for PC called ComputeMark. Version 2.6 - 32-bit per pixel colors, great for display colors test - screen lock prevention during tests Version 2.5 - user can take a screenshot of speed/battery tests results and save it to Pictures Hub Version 2.4 - frontend->backend path completely secured (all the data are encrypted: user info, OS info, device info, speed/battery tests score) - 3 bugs solved (CPU seq/par scores finally differ in charts; attery test "Windows key->Back key" hack eliminated; data block size slider now can't be opened during speed test) - db secured, hacks data removal, optimization
3/3/2014Too klutzy, tied up the phone with a hardware and firmware test which didn't complete. I've an android phone app that works better than this. Uninstall!
9/17/2013Constantly nagging me to buy full version
3/24/2013Bought, like it.
3/13/2013More than 235 on HTC 8x
1/9/2013The only benchmarking app I have found that works consistently, has relevant benches for more powerful devices, and has actual leader board comparisons. Recommend!
12/30/201297.07 on HTC Titan. 231.69 on Nokia Lumia 920. Only non-UI oriented suggestion is to run multiple trials after freeing resources to improve accuracy. My HTC Titan managed everything from 80 to 97.07.
11/30/2012Good to have for knowing what the best hardware available is. Lumia 920 😵
11/25/2012243 on my 920 lol